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September 23, 2013

Paull Village Church has wi-fi

wifiSt Andrew Church has Wi-Fi, HU12 8AX

A new community broadband is being arranged from St Andrew Church in Paull Village.  Using radio technology, the new service is able to provide a fast broadband connection independent of any telephone  line or mobile phone and is called the HUBB (HU12 community broadband)

Over a year ago , frustrated by the poor quality broadband available in Paull Village and surrounding rural area, a small group of volunteers with the help of Paull Taylor decided to try and set up their own broadband service.

The church now has a Wi-Fi connection and computers to hand so come a long in coffee shop time, Saturday and Sunday 2 till 4pm, March to October, you can get a great cup of coffee or tea and delicious cakes all while you are surfing the net

The new service is expected to cost £50 for an initial install of equipment and connection charge and then £25 per month by Direct Debit for the service of the HUBB

This service is now available for you if you are in the Paull area, If you are interested ring 01964 668109 or e-mail info@hu12.cbb.co.uk

August 26, 2013

Walking for Paull village church

Eric walkMr Eric Acey aged 74yrs set off from Sproatley church on our 10 mile  benefice walk on 25th August 2013, finishing at St Andrew’s for a well earned cup of tea and delicious cake.  A lovely service followed lead by Rev’d Ian Blythe –  after which Eric left for a long  soak in the bath.   What an achievement  at 74yrs old

Eric was supporting Paull village church and Burstwick church, he  raised £500 which is to be split between them.

Our sincere thanks go to Eric for his humongous effort, time and support, ” you always give 100%”  which is  very much appreciated.

August 26, 2013

Benifice Walk

walkers doorOn the 25th August 2013 supporters set off from Sproatley church and visited Preston, Hedon and Paull churches as they  joined  together for  a benefice walk of 10 miles

It was a lovely day and the countryside was enjoyed by all as they walked along chatting and enjoying each others company.

The walkers finished at Paull village church for a fabulous cup of tea and delicious cakes in the coffee shop area –  an enjoyable evening service followed which was led by Rev’d Ian Blythe

We would like to say a big thank you to all who walked and all those who sponsored this event it is very much appreciated